Thomson ReutersWomen walk on rubble in al-Shadadi town, in Hasaka provinceBEIRUT (Reuters) - A cessation of hostilities in Syria came into effect at the agreed time of midnight on Saturday (2200 GMT Friday), under a U.S.-Russian plan which warring sides in the five-year conflict have said they would commit to.
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The Syrian government has agreed to the cessation plan, but says it could fail if foreign states supply rebels with weapons or insurgents use the truce to rearm. A US-led global coalition has been conducting a separate military campaign against ISIL in Syria, albeit without the approval of Damascus or the UN Security Council, since September 2014.
The agreement marks the biggest diplomatic push yet to help end Syria's conflict, which has claimed more than 270,000 lives, but it has been plagued by doubts after the failure of previous peace efforts. President Barack Obama has directed his national security team to press the US-led worldwide campaign to destroy the Islamic State group "on all fronts".
Ashutosh joined the police investigation at Vasant Vihar police station here on Saturday morning. The police are already interrogating JNU students' union president Kanhaiya Kumar as well as two other students of the university - Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya.